Physicalism, instrumentalism and the semantics of modal logic

Journal of Philosophical Logic 12 (3):271 - 298 (1983)
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The delicate point in the formalistic position is to explain how the non-intuitionistic classical mathematics is significant, after having initially agreed with the intuitionists that its theorems lack a real meaning in terms of which they are true (S. C. Kleene, 1952)
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